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Building a Cybersecurity Ecosystem in a Hungarian City - The Potential for Innovative Growth

Author(s): Szakos Judit, Szadeczky Tamas

Date: 2019

Publisher: NISPAcee Press

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Szakos Judit, Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration, National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary
Szadeczky Tamas, Faculty of Science of Public Governance and Administration, National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary

Resume/ Abstract

In Hungary cybersecurity business can be one of the key sectors for the CEE region to boost and facilitate, not just regulate and fend off, cyber space activities. In order to achieve this, there are many bottom-up and horizontal linkages which are not yet fully integrated into the Hungarian cybersecurity ecosystem.

The conducted research behind this policy paper shows which state, university, business and NGO-related cybersecurity actors exist in Hungary and how to use its result as a regional development tool. Based on this, our policy recommendation concludes that a western Hungarian city, Veszprém, which is mostly famous for its automotive industry, has the potential to become a hub for both IT and cybersecurity. This snapshot can help to form a market-creating and mission-oriented policy framework in the direction of building a regional cybersecurity hub for the local and national knowledge-based economic growth.

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